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-Soo notico of oponing ol books of
-Now additions ot pretty goods at
Norman's, tbo Up-Town Storo. . I
. -Photograph outilla for salo. Apply
at G. W. Eaton's, Walhalla, S. C.
-Tho Atlanta Soml-Wookly Journal
and Ta? CouJtlKR for $1.50 a yoar.
-Our friend, S. II. Marott, of South
Union, is in towu today (Wodnosday).
- Soo trespass notico of S. fi, Ravonol
and Daniel Itavouol, of Koowoo, S. C.
-Soo notico to debtors and creditors of
tl)o estato of F. II. Williams, docoasod.
-Sampson's Livor Regulator 25-cont
Box only 15-OOUts at J. H. Darby, Drug
-Ilorso and Cattle Powdors, :t pound
sacks only 25-conts at J. II. Darby, Drug
-Capes and hats at roducod prices for
tho next ten days at Mrs. E. M. Cud
- Fancy imported China, cheap and
beautiful, at Norman's, tho Up-Town
-Fine jowohy and storling silver to go
at a discount at Norman's, tho Up-Town
-White Fino Congi? Syrup 25-cont
Bottle only 15 couts nt J. II. Darby,
-duns and musical instruments at
the very lowest prices at tho Cash liar
-Tho timo has arrived when you may
closo our office door when you arrive
-MUSICAL INRTHUMKNTS-Tho cheap
est lot of all kinds at Norman's, tho Up
-All kinds of good things for tho
Christmas holidays at Norman's, tho
- Heit and sash buckl.s and and other
articles suitable for Christmas gifts at
Mrs. li. M. Cndworth's.
-Littlo Liver Fills 25-00111 Boxes only
15-ccnts at J. H. Darby, Druggist.
-Koa SALK.-A good pair of young
muios, harness and wagon. Apply at
onco to E. L. Horndon, Walhalla, S. C.
-(len. W. F. Ervin, who has been
(pule unwell for some timo, is still fooblo
and is not improving as rapidly as was
-Do snro and read tho Cash Bargain
Store's ad. in noxt week's paper, for
you will see bargains advertised that will
-Read M. W. Coleman & Co.'s now
advertisement. They aro closing out a
lot, of odds and ends and have sonic
thing you want.
-Just received a now lot of men's and
boys' shirts and hats which wo aro offer
ing at a great bargain.
Cash Bargain Storo.
- Any ono desiring dental work will
call at office of J. & J. S. Carter, West
minster, S. C, from Decomber 7th to
15th. W. J. Carter, M. D., D. I). S.
-We aro closing out our skirts, capos
and jackets at cost. Bo suro and see
them before they aro all gone
Cash Bargain Storo
-Health for ten cents. Cascarete
make tho bowels md kidneys act natur
ally, destroy microbes, euro headacho,
biliousness and constipation. All drug
-Tun Cor in KU and tho Atlanta Twice
a-Week Journal ono year for only $1.50.
Call at this ofiioo ami let us talk tho mat
ter over with you and wo will give you a
sample copy of each paper.
-(?ive us a oh anco and lot us show
you our beautiful lino of clothing which
wo will sell you for less money than any
body oise will until December 25, 1800.
Cash Bargain Store.
- Fine lot of jowolry, silver, China and
musical instruments at very reasonable
prices. We givo valuable and useful
premiums to customers. Seo our pre
mium offer. Norman's, tho Up-Town
-The gamo of foot ball, between the
donison College and (leorgia Techno
logical teams, played in (?rcenvillo last
Thursday, ended with a score of ll to 5,
in favor of Clemson. The (leorgia team
was clearly outclassed.
- Dave you seen the new and beauti
ful stock of lino jewelry and storling sil
ver that has just arrived at Norman's?
Also all kinds of musical instruments
and strings, pretty toys, dolls and good
Illings to oat at tho Up-Town Store.
--The Woman's Foreign Missionary
Society and the Ladies' Aid Society of
t he Walhalla Methodist church will meet
in tho church to-morrow (Thursday)
ifternoon at:! o'clock. All tho ladies of
tho church aro cordially invited to be
-One hundred pair mon's and ladies'
shoes, worth from $1.40 to $2.00 which
we are going to close out at only 05 cents.
Bo sure and get a pair before they gono.
Cash liargain Storo.
-Seo Master's sales in this issue. Tho
next salesday will be Tuisthu/, January
2d, 1000. Monday, tho Inst day of the
year, is New Year's Day and a legal holi
day; therefore, Tuesday is constitued a
salesday. Remember this and tell your
neighbors and friends about it.
-Beautiful hand-painted French and
Cern?an (/'luna for wedding, birthday
and Christinas gifts. Also solid gold
jewelry, sterling silver and pearl novel
ties. All these goods arc new, clean and
of latest patterns. Everybody welcome.
Remember Norman's,the Up-Town Store
-Wo are now offering tho Atlanta
Semi-Weekly Journal and Tim CouitiKit
one whole year (tinco good papers each
week) for $1.50. Old subscribers who
are in arrears can come in and pay up
and get these papers the same as a new
mau. Think about it, and como to see
us. You are always welcome, bring
your family and watch our presses run.
-Tho Thanksgiving services in tho
Walhalla Methodist church on last Thurs
day were largely attended hy our people.
Rev. J. D. McCullough, D. 1)., of thc
Episcopal church, preached an interest
ing ami edifying sermon appropriate to
the occasion. Rev. lt. L. bogers led in
Ibo opening exercises. Tho coll, fun
lifted for charitable purposes amounted
. -Evidently Mr. F. A. li. Schroder is
rattled this week. Hesels type faster,
occasionally throws quads clear across
i he oilice, and his general stylo of compo
sition has been something on this order:
" Tootsy-wootsy-cootsy, B'oss its Mttlc
heart; him was as cute A 'ittle baby as
ever lived, so him was, Rest and eoot
RHt baby I ever did see; Yes him was."
lt's an eleven-pound boy.
' -Mr. Arthur R. M. Gibbes, of Savan
nah, Ca., one of (lie new directors of the
Walhalla Colton Mills, arrived in Wal
halla Monday and remained until Wed
nesday. Me visited the mill Tuesday,
and ovprotiscd himself as much pleased
with the plant and the contemplated on
largemont. Ile is a friend of Mr. E. R.
I,m as, President and Treasurer, mid will
contribute largely of his time and means
to make Hm mill a success.
- A seasonable symptom just, now is an
inclination to colds. Tho slightest im
prudence on your part brings on a cold.
lt will flo you no good to neglect it, hut
you should tako prompt action to see
that it is checked. Emmey's White Pine
and Spruce Expectorant acts as a spcciflo
and permanent euro 111 tho treatment of
coughs, colds, bronchitis and all disor
der? of the Ihtvat, chest and lungs.
Price, 25 ami 5' coi?1?, at Emmey's drug
eloro, doncon, S. U.
stizing one-the so
sive the proper heall
kat add so much to 1
specially good and
-Mr. Pony Wright, of Laurens, isl
now day ongiucor at tho faotory.
-Prof. and Mrs. J. M. Moss nud
ohildron visited relative? in Anderson
-bargains in mon's and boys' ovor
ooats and mnokintoBbos at tho Cash Bar
? gain Store.
-Mr. Wossio Torhuno, of donison
Collogo. spout Thanksgiving day in Wal
halla with relativos.
-R. T. Taynos, Esq.. S3 in Abbovillo
on business bofo.ro Judgo Klugh, Judgo
of tho Eighth oirbuit.
-Miss JuliaK. Maxwoll returned homo
last Saturday, aftor r pleasant visit to
relatives and friends at pendleton;
-Best cotton is bringing 7| couts in
tho Walhalla markot. Tho Seneca mar
ket is also giving 7J for best cotton.
-Mr. C. G. Jayuos, who has boon
qnito ill alnoo last Saturday, is improv
ing rapidly, and is ablo lo bo up again.
-Soino astonishing bargains in shoos,
dry goods and clothing at Niold's. Call
and seo thom. Those goods strictly at
cost for ono wook only.
-Mr. J. J. Nerton, of Gainosvillo, Ga.,
visited bis mothor and sistor in Walhalla
last Thursday night. Mrs, Norton is re
covering from hor rocont illness.
-Young ladies, bo suro and soo our
$2.00 shoo for it is equal to any $3.00
shoo on tho markot.
Cash Bargain Storo.
-Mrs. W. T. Rowland, of Cbarlotto,
N. C., spent sovoral dayB thiB wook visit
ing lier parents, Col. and Mrs. R. A.
Thompson, and family. She roturncd to
hor homo this (Wednesday) morning.
-Mr. E. L. Symes, of Mountain Rest, '
killed three duo hogs Tuesday. Thoy
netted 1,005 pounds. Thoy weighed as
follows: 331. 847 and 387. Mr. Symes
sold two in Walhalla Wodnosday, getting
(! couts por pound.
-Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Ansol roncbod tho
28th anniversary of their marriage on
Tuesday, tho ?th of Docombor. what ?B
remarkable about this anniversary is
that this is tho first timo il lias fallen on
Tuesday since tho day of thoir marriage.
Tho British and Boors mot in battlo
at Modder river, South Africa, last wook.
Tho British loss is ?l38, 75 of whom
wore ofQoors. Tho latest nows is con
flicting and unreliable. Wo hopo to bo
ablo to givo all tho latest and most relia
ble nows noxt weok.
-Mr. Jamos IMiinnoy lias bought tho
farm of Mr. B. E. Douthit, of Wost
Union, paying for tho same $2,200. Mr.
l'hinnoy intends running tho farm noxt
year and will givo it hiu personal super
vision. Wo understand Mr. Doutbit will
move to Walhalla. A cordial welcome
-ltov. J. L. Daniel left Tuesday morn
ing for Orangcburg, S. C., to attond tho
Mothodist Annual Conforenco of tho M.
E. Church, South, Bishop Key presiding.
Mr. Daniel having served bis quadren
nium on tbuSoncca and Walhalla Station,
ho will be assigned by tho Bishop to a
now work for tho noxt conforenco year.
Wo trust ho will got a good appointment.
-Mr. J. C. Chandlor, of Groonvillo
county, has moved to Oconeo county
with Iiis family and will mako this ids
future homo. Ho is negotiating a trade
for tho Fred. Whito placo (Flat Rock
Mustor Ground) and expect? soon to
own Iiis homo and farm in this county.
Wo wolcumo him and his to our commu
nity and wish thom ovory success,
-Tho first issuo of tho Foo Doo To
bacco Journal, published at Dillon.
Marion county, S. (.?,, has boen received
at this oflice. It in "an agricultural
paper for tho farmers of tho Foo Doo
section." Tho editors and proprietors
aro R. R. Hayes, Elihu Muid row and H.
J. Gasquo. Thc subscription prico is $1
a year. Wo wish tho publication nundi
-Oswald U. Brea/.calo died suddenly
at his homo in Anderson last Saturday
morning. He was at work Friday and
seemed as well as usual, but about two
o'clock Saturday morning ho awoko with
a hemorrhage. Ho died in a fow mo
ments. Ho was a young married man,
about tvonty-oight years old, and a sou
of Hon. John 10. Broa/.oalo. By his up
right ami steady I.fa ho bad won many
-Tho Boan! of County Commissioners
met in monthly session last Tuesday. All
tho members wcro present and W. O.
Whito, tho dork, was at bis post of
duty, lt was ordered that Dr. .lohn
Hopkins bo requested to moot tho board
on tho first Monday in .January to con
sider tho question of damage to his land
hy the building of a road through tho
same. There will ho an extra mooting
of the hoard on tho 22d instant to con
sider road claims. Tho board adjourned
to meet in extra sossion on tho 15th in
stant to consider tho petition for open
ing a now road from tho Walhalla and
Westminster road to D. F. McAlistor's
place on the Walhalla and Richland road.
has arrived at Norman's,
"THE DP-TOWN STORE,"
with a large and pretty assortmont
of Toys and Christmas Goods, now
ready for inspection and at lowest
GIVEN FREE !
10 cakes best quality Laundry Soap,
12 boxes Matches, 2 packages best
Java and Mucha Coffee, orapackago
Choico Mixed Candies, with ovory
dollar's worth of Jowelry, Silver,
China and Fancy Goods you buy.
Lots of music and a good timo at
THE UP-TOWN STORE.
Tho Seneca Dispensary.
Tho dispensary at Seneca did tho fol
lowing business for tho month of Novem
Gross sales, $1,218.30; invoico sales,
$01) 1,80; gross profits, $220.50. Largest
sales one day in Novomher, $03.50.
My son has been troubled for years
with chronic diarrhoea. Some timo ago
I persuaded him to take soino of Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. After using two bottles of tho
25-cent size ho was cured. I givo this
testimonial, hoping some one similarly
aflliotod may read it and bo benefited.
Thomas C. Bower, Gloncoo, Ohio. For
?do by J. W. ?ell, Walhalla; W. J. Lun
ney, Seneca; II. B. /.immerman, West
Commissioner Haley hcciyns lils Office.
County Commissioner Haley informs
us that lie will send in his resignation to
the Governor, to tako effect on tho first
Wednesday in January next. Ho says he
rogrots tri quit right in tho middle, of his
term, hut that he, owing to his recent
severe losses by fire, cannot afford to
loso the limo necessary to properly per
form tho dut ?cs of County Commissioner,
from Iiis private business, for tho salary
allowed. He further says that if he has
dono any good as Commissioner ho has
(lone all the good he will be likely to do
with the present Hoard and willi the
road laws enacted or likely to bo enacted
for the balance of his term. Under these
circumstances ho prefers to allow some
one else and some other section of tho
county a chance, since ho only socs in
the job next year confusion worse, con
founded, and he wants to get out of tho
rt that the family
i, too, we have the
?ie pleasure of the
seasonable, v *
MARRIAGE OF A POPULAR COUPLE.
Miss Julie Courtenay and Mr. Barnwell United
Tho wodding of Miss Julia Courtenay,
daughtor bf Capt. and Mrs. William A.
Courtenay, and Louis Morgan Bnrnwoll,
son t>f tho late Charles Hoy ward Barn
woll, of Columbia, 8. C., which ocenrrod
at "Innisfallon," tho homo of tho bride's
parontc, at Nowry, this county last
Thursday ovontng, Novombor 510th, at
8.530 o'olook, was ouo of tho most nota
blo ovotue of tho season,
Tho ceremony was performed in tho
drawing room at "Innisfallon," which
had been elaborately decorated with
palms and flowors - countless whito
chrysanthemums giving tho prevailing
ProoiBoly at half past eight tho bridal
party procoodod to tho altar, whero tho
groom nnd bis best man, bis brother,
Uoorgo Gibbes Barnwoll, wore in wait
Fret came Miss draco Wylos Ilurlbut,
a cousin of tho brido from Hartford,
Conn., with Poniard I). Miller, of Colum
bia, S. C. ; Miss May Witherspoon Moor
man, of Columbia, S. C., with St. John
Courtenay, a brother of tho bride; Miss
Louie Bnrnwoll, of Roanoke, Va., a sis
ter of tho groom, with Christopher At
kinson, of Columbia, 8. C.; Miss Orneo
Sibloy, of Augusta, Ca., with Aahmead
Courtenay, brother of tho bride; Miss
.lenna (jarrett, of Augusta, (ia., with
Hugh Hammond, of Aiken, s, C. ; Miss
Emily Ingraham Piokena, of Charleston,
S. C., with William Gibbes, of Columbia,
IS. C.; M?BS Folioia Murray, of Anderson,
ls. C., with Captain Qoorgo William Sur
I rino, of Greonvillo, S. C.; Miss Stacoy
Elizabeth Earnost, of Atlanta, Ga., with
William McCaslan Barnwell, of Abbe
ville, S. C., a cousin of tho groom; Miss
Loala Garrott, of Augusta, Ga., with
John Temploton McCaw, of Columbia,
Miss Mary Hayno Michel, of Augusta,
Ga., tho maid of honor, immediately
procodod tho bride, who followed, loan
ing on tho arm of her fathor. Sho wore
a gown of brocaded whito satin trimmed
in chill?n and real lace with poarls. A
lllmy voil of tulle completely onveloped
hor, and sho carried a bouquet of wiiito
carnations and asparagus ferns. The
bridesmaids woro gowns of whito organ
die and carried bouquets of white car
nations and asparagus ferns. Tho maid
of honor carried pink carnations.
Tho improssivo ceremony of tho Epis
copal Church was porformcd by tho
ltov. William Thoodotus Capors, Hector
of Graco Church Parish, Anderson, S. C.
Aftor tho ceremony, suppor was
served; music and dancing followed.
Varied and Humorous costly and rare
presents woro showered upon the bridal
pair. Thoy woro displayed in tho sitting
room, whioh spacious apartment they
There was a largo assemblage of
guests from tho neighboring cities and
towns. Tho brido and groom will reside
in Columbia, S. C.
Tho Now Ordinances.
Attention is called to tho publication
of tho ordinances of tho town of Wal
halla in this issue. Each and every ordi
nance lias boon duly signed and sealed,
and publication is hereby mado anew.
Tho omission to sign some of tho ordi
nances at tho first of tho year is thus
supplied. It is fair to tho members of
tho prosont Town Council to say that
they had followed a precedent sot by
thoir predecessors of simply signing tho
last ordinauco aftor tho wholo had boon
written up in tho secretary's book. With
this precedent boforo thom thoy naturally
supposed tho signaturo to tho last of the
series to bo sufliciont, and aro tints exon
erated from any consuro for neglect in
their failure to observo tho technical
requirement of signing and scaling each
A LOSS to Pendleton.
Bonj. P. Gantt, a prominent citizen
and postmaster at Pendleton, S. C., for
ton or twolvo years, died Friday evening,
Deoembor 1st, 1800, at 7 o'clock, after a
short illness, of paralysis. Ho was (il
frcar old. He was for many years a popu
ar and successful school teacher. Ho
was also a bravo and gallant Confederate
soldier, serving Iiis country faithfully
and well in tho great struggle of tho
civil war. His body was burled on Sun
day morning at tho Old Stone Church
cemetery, attended by a large concourse
of sorrowing relatives and friends, after
appropriate funeral sorviccs. His re
mains wore taken charge of at tho grave
hy tho members of tho Masonic Lodge at
Pendleton, of which tho deceased wat ?I |
member, and af tor tho beautiful ritnlis
tic ceremonies of this ancient oidor,
conducted by Past Master James Seaborn,
of Walhalla, tho body of Mr. Gantt was
deposited in molhor oarth to aw.lit tho
resurrection of tho just.
Death of Mr. S. H. Randolph.
Died, Novombor 20th, 18D?), at Toecoa,
Cr.., at tho home of Mr. Wm. IL Thomas,
his brother-in-law, Mr. S. IL Randolph,
after a long and painful illness. Ile was
a nativo of Goonoo, and lived on his
farm, near Walhalla, for many years. Ho
was R gallant soldier in tho Confederate
war, serving in Capt. Partlow's Com
pany, 20th Regiment, S. C. Volunteers.
Ho was sovoroly wounded in the hand in
ono of tho great battles of tho war. Tho
wound gi' "J bim troublo Tor years, and
finally it necessitated tho amputation of
tho hand. Later tho wound, or cancer,
bioko out on his sido, near tho shoulder,
which soon bocame so bad that nothing
could ho dono for him, and ho passed
away und his soul went to Ood who gave
it. Ho loaves a widow to mourn Iiis
doparturo. His death was quiet and
happy, ho having recently publicly con
fessed Christ in the pardon of his sins
and his bright hope of a blissful immor
tality. Tho romains of tho deceased
woro laid to rest in Toccoa.
Thotumndo Have Kidney Trouble
and Don't Know lt.
How To tfltid Out.
Fill a bottle or common glass with your
wator and let il stand twenty four hours; a
sediment or set
tling indicates an
tion of thc kid
neys; if lt stains
your linen lt ls
evidence of kid
ney trouble; too
frequent desire to
pass lt or pain In
the back la also
convincing proof that tho kldnc"* and blad
der aro out of order.
What to Do.
There ls comfort In dio knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every
v/lsh In curing rheumatism, pain In tho
back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part
of thc urinary passago. lt corrects Inability
to hold water and scalding pain In passing
lt, or bad effects following use cf liquor,
v/lncorbeer, and overcomes that unpleasant
necessity of being compelled to go often
during tho day, and to get up many times
during thc night. The mild and the extra
ordinary- effect of Swamp-Root la soon
realized. It stands tho highest for Its won
derful cures of the most distressing cases.
If you need a medicine you should have tho
.best. Sold by druggists In50c. and$1. sizes.
You may have a samplo bottle of this
and a book that tells
moro about lt, both sent
absolutely freo by mall,
address Dr. Kilmer & Homo o* swamp?oo?.
Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When writing men*
lion reading thia generous offer In ibis paper,
is thc name
pf a valu
be in the hands
pf every planter who
raises Cotton. The
book is sent FREE.
' Send linnie ami ruUtrcs*. to
GERMAN KALI WORKS,
93 Nassau Si., New York.
NEWS IN AND AROUND WESTMINSTER.
Stockholders of tho Colton Mill to Organize
Local and Personal Intelligonoo.
WKSTMINBTBU, Docombor 5.-Tho cold
wonther is boro mid mnuy fnt hogs aro
Hov. lt. H. Dagnall loft this morning
for tho auuunl oonforouco of tho Motho
oliuroh willoh convenes nt Orangoburg
Mr. W. E. ChcBwoll, tho promotor of
tho Cboswoll Cotton Mill,' bas issued
notices to tho subscribers of the mill
thnt I here will bo a mooting hold nt |
Westminster on Saturday, Docombor U,
at 10 o'olook in tho foronoon, for tho pul
poso of organizing tho company.
At a regular mooting of tho Westmins
ter Knight? of Honor Lodgo. No. 8840,
hold last night, Docombor 4, tho follow
ing oflicers woro elected to sorvo tho year
10(H): T. N. Hall, Dictator; C. E. Auder
son, Vico Dictator; W. I). Lesley, As
sistant Dictator; J.H. Elrod, Chaplain;
J. S. Carter, Reporter; Wm. J.Striming,
Finanolr.l Reporter; W. M. Gossott,
Treasurer; D. L. Norris, Guido; A. W.
Loathers, Guardian; P. W. Cannon, Son
tinol; Past Dictator, C. Littlo; Trustoos,
W. P. Anderson, J. E. Gaines and D. O.
McLin. Tho installation of tho nowly
oleoted ollicors takoB plaoo tho first moot
ing in next January.
A commission of South Carolina Pres
bytery, composed of l?ovs. W. S. llami
tor and lt. L. Rogors and Elder B. F.
Sloan organized a Presbyterian church
at Oak G rovo school houso, four miles |
north of Westminster, last Sabbath, Do
combor 8, with ton members. M cusi n. J.
II. Harnott and A. P. Cox woro elected
ruling elders. The latter was ordained
and installed tho day of tho organisa
tion. Tho ordination and installation of
tho former had to bo postponed on ac
count of his nbsonco. Rev. S. L. Wilson,
tho pastor of tho Westminster oburoli,
will continuo to proach tlioro. Sorvicos
will bo hold in tho Behool houso until a
church edifice can bo orcctod. Thc
church may not bo known as Oak Grove,
Bomo holding that tho names of Oak
G rovo and Oak way aro too near aliko.
Anderson Daily Mail, November 28:
"On Sunday afternoon, Novembor 20,
1800, at 4.80 o'clock, at tho homo of Mr.
Chas. Mooro, section master in tho An
derson Cotton Mill, M?B:I Fl ironco Potty
and Mr. brown Rurriss, woro happily
united in tho sacred bonds of marriago
by Hov. Wm. Brown, pastor of tho Sec
ond Baptist church. Tho day waa dark
and dreary, but all those who had gath
ered to witness th?B happy ovout wore
Ulled with that sunshine that goos to
malro life brightest. Mr. and Mrs. Rur
riss are both possossod of Christian
hearts and willing hands, and this alono
bespeaks for them a happy journey
through lifo, since no lifo can be happy
without these attributes. Tho brido was
vory neatly attired in a suit of brown,
trimmed in whito tucked satin and fur.
Tho parents of tho groom will tender tho
young eouplo an informal reception
their homo on Whitnor strcot Monday.
Married, at tho homo of tho brido's
parents, at Rotrcat, S. C., on Wednesday,
December 0, 1800, at 1 o'clock P. M.
Miss Hattie McClanaban, oldest daugh
ter of Dr. and Mrs. J. M. McClanaban,
to Mr. David Ebenezer Jones, second son
of Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Jones. Tho mar
riago ceremony was performed by Rov.
S. L. Wilson, of westminster, in his
impressive manner. Many friends oxtond
congratulations and wish tho happy
young eouplo a long, happy and pros
On last Saturday morning, about niuo
o'clock, tho report of a gun was heard
in tho houBO of Dorry Sanders, colored.
A single barrel shotgun discharged
while in tho hands of Marion Harrie and
tho whole contents enterod tho back of
George Sanders, a son of Derry. Ho
was not soriously hurt, as nono of tho
shot struck tho vital parts of tho body.
Dr. W. II. McClure bas been attending
him and ho is getting along very woll.
It is said that Harris was drinking and
lie claims tho shooting to bo accidental.
Ho has been sent to jail. Harris must
be an ovil disposed negro, as it ia said
that ho frequently gets into trouble.
On Thanksgiving ovoning tho young
people had an cnjoyahlo timo ata socia
i)lo in tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. F, W.
Mr. E. L. Mason lias como homo after
an absence of tinco months at Toocoa,
where ho has been at work.
Mrs. W. D. Lesly and hor twochildron
returned from an extended visit to rela
tivos in Elberton, Ga., and Abbcvillo, S.
C. ono day last weok.
Tho sacrament of tho Lord's supper
will ho administered in tho Daptist
church next Sunday at tho mid-day BOI
Detweon fifty and ono hundred pooplo
liavo boon added to tho population of
Westminster within tiio past two months.
Miss May Cannon, of Habun county,
Ga., is visiting lier brother, Mr. F. W.
Cadet Leo Stribling, of donison Col
lego, was at homo a fow days ago. Ho
was wearing tho pretty uniform of that
Thanksgiving Day was appropriately
observed in Westminister and tho day
passed off very pleasantly. Procisoly at
six o'clock in tho morning a servico, led
hy Kev. N. G. Christopher, was oponed
in tho Daptist church. Probably one
hundred people attended at that early
hour service. The collection for Conn io
Maxwell Orphanage was g loti, A good
si/.cd congregation assembled in tho
Presbyterian church at 10 o'clock. This
sorvieo was conducted by Kev. S. L. Wil
son, tho pastor. A collection was tnkon
up there for tho bondit of tho needy
ones of tho church residing in Westmin
st er and a nice sum was received. At
both tho Daptist nnd Presbyterian
churches tho sorvicos were made appro*
priutu to tho occasion. All tho stores
olosod for tho first time on Thanksgiv
ing day in tho history of tho town and
tho day was almost as quiet as Sunday.
We are in receipt of a copy of tho Lan
caster (S. C.) Kntorpriso, which contains
a full '"write up" of a brilliant church
marriage that occurred in Douglas
church on November 16, 1800. The par
tics joined in marriage woro MissMaynio
IC. Green, near Lancaster, and Mr. Hugh
li. Whito, of Rock Hill. There were
fourteen bridesmaid:, and groomsmen
who reside in North and South Carolin;
and at Washington, D. C. Tho decora
tiona woro principally evergreens and
chrysanthemums, willoh typified tito
names of the brillo and groom. A por
tion of-tho church had been made dark
and if was lighted by white and green
candles. The marriago coromony was
performed hy Kev. Joseph T. Dendy
pastor of Douglas church, and assisted
dy Kev. J. II. Thornwell. Tins was Mr.
Dendy's first marriage to perform and it
was indeed a beautiful one to begin willi
We were pleased to seo Prof. J. W
Gaines, the principal of tho Welsh Nook
High School, at Hurtsville, hoi o on last
Friday evening. Ho carno up that day
and remained hero and at Townvillc
until Monday. A. L. GOSSRTT.
Darnwell People; Reef cattle are soil
ing on foot out West for llighor pr i COI
than they have brought in fifteen years.
Pooplo will soon turn attention in South
Carolina to raising them for market, nnd
thoy will lind good profit in the business,
MOW OUI!? THIS ST?UKE YOU* ":vC
Open Proportion foi Walhalla to Got a Fur
, nltiire feo^ry.
I will put lu a plant of that him] am]
will tako stock to tho amount of a $1,000.
Will guarantee 25 por cont ou capital Iii?
vested. Capital anywhere fruin *>io,Ouu
to $20,000. You cab eloot your own Su
perintendent and Treasuror. All I want
is to have ohargo of tho hands ami tho
manufacturing of tbo goods, my stock
hoing a guarautooor a forfeit.
Knowing Walhalla as I do'and tho ad-1
vantages $ho has in material, I will say
it is tho boBt location I know of, and I
bavo run soma of tho largest faotorios in
tho So\?th-N?Vth Carolina, South Caro
lina, Georgia, Alabama and Tonnossoo.
Wo have ouougb ordors ahoad to run tho
next four months, and whilo;l WUB in
.North Carolina tho factories thoro aro tho
W. H. Cor.K.
THE CointiKit and tho Atlanta Const!-1
lotion and tho Homo and Farm ono yoar
for t ho sum of $2.
Aro grand, but skin erupt ions rob lifo
of joy. Huoklcn's Arnica Salvo ouros
thom; also old, runnlug and fever sores,
uloors, boils, felons, coi-nu, warts, cuts,
bruises, burns, scalds, chapped banda,
obilblains, host pilo euro on earth.'
Drives out pains and aobos. Curo guar
autoed. Sold by all druggists. Only |
25 couta a box.
Snow Storm in Michigan.
DKTIIOIT, Docombor 8.-Specials from
,tti<j uppof'peninsular report heavy snow
st>v*niW' to-day. At Marquette sovoral
inches fell, and sleighing was good.
Reports from tho western part of tho I
Stato indicato somo snow through that |
And tho end of tho your draws
nigh, wo throw on our counters
many odds and ends in DRY GOODS
that it will ho woll for any lady to
invostigato, for wo must got thom
out of tho way boforo stock-taking.
Odd lots of Calico, Gingham,
Cboviot and Worsted at 3f, 5, 8 and
10 cents per yard.
Odd lots in Shoos at 25, r>0, 75 cents
and $1 per pair. Somo groat values
in 1 hese, especially for children.
Wo liavo also picked out all odd
Suits and short lots in Men's and
Hoys' Clothing and placod thom on
a tablo at ono price. You can wait
on yourself in this salo, and if you
can bo fitted you aro lucky, for many
of thom aro sold for less than you
can buy tho cloth.
Wo aro oponing many pretty
things tor Christmas.
Visit our stores often, for wo aro
always glad to sorvo you, and watch
this space, for it will savo you money.
// iee please you tell others, // not
SENECA, S. C.
P. S.- Spray Flour, Seed Oats,
Hagging and Tios, DixioTurn Plows,
ive, ito., always on hand.
M. W. C. & CO.
BE CAREFUL Wr
From now until Fovovor we shall ma
aro in need of anything in tho (Jouerai Moi
We are at present crowded on Joans.
Wo have it all juices. You ought to soo
our 27J and 80 couts Jeans, strictly frco/.o
proof. Huya suit of it and enjoy tho I
Wo iiavo a few a Children's Suits,
Ladies' Capos, Men's Overcoats at a bar
gain. Soo our Waterproof McIntosh.
Guaranteed not to leak.
(SHOOKUI KS.-Wo are daily roooivin
portion of your purchases. Orders prom pi
tfj} 'floods Dolivorod
Wo have just receivod a ear of Fino i
and it will be ail O. K.
FLOUR.-Wo Iiavo on hand a car of
pay you to call on us when you want Flour
Wo have on hand, and to arrive in a
Most any price yoi, want.
Wo l>uy all salablo produeo all tho 3
matter what you bavo to sell nor how niue
moro Chickens, Eggs, Turkeys, Ac, than r
sell an unlimited quantity of Chickens, Kg
regardless of what they cost. Don't wait
Now is the time to soil. Don't wait.
ACTS GENTLY ON THE
(, EANSES THE $YSTEM
Buy THE GENVIUE - MAflT O Oy
fOR SAU BY All unur.'iWv rmU 80c FtRMltlt.
A Forgor Gots Off With a Light Sentence.
SPA KT ANHUKO, December 2.-Judgo
Watte took up tho criminal dockot yes
terday morning. Tho cuso that attraotod
most uttontion was that against Jones
Tinsloy, ox-clork of tho county board,
ohnrgod with forgory in niuo CSBOS.
Tho solicitor liol prosBcd four of tho
casos, and tho accused ontorcd a ploa of
guilty in llvo of tho counts against bim.
Judge Watts sontoncod him to $100 Ano
in oacii caso and one year's imprison
ment, but tho terms of imprisonment
begin mid end tho samo day, so that tho j
conllnomont will last but ono yonr.
Years ago Dr. lt. V. Piorco, Cbiof Con
sulting Physician to tho Invalinds'
IIolol and Surgical Instituto of Buffalo,
N. Y., recognizing tho fact that consump
tion was esseniu?? v a gorm diBcaso, and
tlit.t a remedy which would drive tho
germs and their poisons from tho blood
would cum consumption, atlast found a
medicine which ourod 08 por cont, of all
cases, if takon in tho oarlior stages of
tile discaso. Tho tissues of tho lungs
hoing irritated by tho gorms and poisons
in tho blood circulating through thom,
tho genna dud lodgment thoro, and thc
lungs bogin to break down. Soon tho
general health begins to fail, and tho
person fcols languid, weak, drowsy and
confused. This is tho timo to tako Dr.
Piorco's Golden Medical Discovery; it
drives tho gorms and poisons from tho
blood, and lias a soothing oftcct upon
tho dry cough. In cases of bronchitis
tho "Discovery" is invaluable. "Golden
Medical Discovery" increases tho amount
and quality of tho blood, thus invigorat
ing and fortifying tho system against
diseaso and builds up wholesome ilosb
and strength af tor wasting disoaso, as
fevers, pneumonia, grip and otlior debili
Aiken Journal and Hoviow: Another
industry lias been added to South Caro
lina-that of making breastplates. Sonio
people thought tho dispensary system
would drivo away now industries, but it]
seems to attract thom.
We will have thc most
beautiful and varied as
sortment of Christmas
Gifts ever shown here by
us, and they will not be
confined to cheap, use
less toys and baubles, but
articles of value to the
recipient and pleasure to j
Come and see them.
V. L. NORMAN.
This world belongs
to tho energotie.
? EN YOU SPEND
ko it to your Interest to soo us wbon you
It will pay you to oxamine our largo
lino of Shooting at ;!i to 5 couta por
If yon need anything in Working
Bridles don't fail to soo ours boforo you
] SELL HATS !
Wbon in neod of Shoos examino our
line. Wo can tit most anybody in stylo
(Jivo this mattor a careful thought.
ig K.uicy Qrocorlos, Wo hopo to have a
Hy Ailed-over 'phono or otherwise.
Proo in Town !. ffj?
?alt, Buy a sack, put it on your pork
Flour. All grades and prices, It will
fow days, flfloon bags of Croon Coffee.
rear round, oxcopt butter, lt doesn't
h, seo ns boforo you sell it. Wo handlo
ill of Walhalla. Wo bavo contracted to
gs and Turkeys, and wo must bavo them
until Xmas wook to market this poultry.
0, CRAIG, Walhalla.
""j)?$ipMtoti Wvo., December 8.--A?
week ago OOO minors omployod in. tho
mines of the Dinmont! vi Ho Coal and
Coke Company at Diamondvale, .Wye.
struck for an. in?rense in wages. Their
demand; were refuse;! hy the compauy,
and after a short shut down operations
were resumed with a email forc? of non
union men. At an early hour this morn
ing a mob of 800 women and girls, armed
with guoB, knives, clubs aud stones,
marched on the mines and compelled the
operators to fleo.
Tho minors at work worodraggod from
tho mines and abo driven away. Sevoral
were injured by hoing struck with dubs
and one man was shot at, presumably by
ono of a mun bor of strikers concealed
near tho mines. Tho small foroo of dep
uties guarding tho property "of the com
pany was poworloss. Tomorrow it in
expected there will be moro tronido
whon tho company attempts to resume.
The minors have boon importing arms
Aftor looking ail around town
Santa claim has diBcovorod the
right placo, and knows whore ho
onn procuro his supplies of
I'ou'U agroo with him af tor look
ing ovor my stook of Albums, Por
fi?nos, Tollot sots, Toilet Artiolos,
Brush Sots, &o., ?feo., Ac.
Too many goods-too mauy prices
to mention thom hero. You will
havo to visit my atoro, Kvory ono
J. H. DBRBY, Druggist.
Dr. G. G. Probst,
? E or i ? T 9
Walhalla, S. C.
Office two Doors East of Bank,
nouns : 8.80 A. M. TO 1 P. M. A>UX 2 TO 0
1>. M. ^
Maroh 24, 1808.
Dr. W.F. Austin,
OFFICE DAYS: MONDAYS, FRIDAYS
Soptombor 7, 1809,
Pine Seed Rye,
Large Highland Pol
Good Cabbages to ?
Harris Lithia Watt
Soda Water, Carb<
also Cherry Phosph
Goods Delivered Fi
? ? CK J ? SH
OUU NEW GOODS, JUST RECEIVED,
WE HAVE BOUGHT SO AS TO
FACTION. LOOK At
Outing Flannols, all stylos.
Yard-wido Soa Island.
Soo our Yard-wide "Columbus" liloneh?n?
Soo our "Columbia" Gouts' Half Hoso-bc
Unrivaled for tho price aro our Ladles' Ho
Remember that wo always carry a cc
lng Goods, Stoves, Furniture-and always
OFFICE IN STABLE,
VX7E HAVE JUST RECEIVED, direct
? V most varied stocks of goods wo hav
jamo old stand. Wo havo EVERYTIII
Machino Noodlo to a Diso Plow.
The Ladles ;?i>"c;?"y requested t
i i i i Ilenrlottns, Cashmore
?tiler Dross Goods boforo buying olsowhon
Wo havo tho latest and most up-to-di
non. Our TIES aro porfcot boautios. Coi
Wo havo tho best and cheapest lot <
lavo ovor had, and you can navo monoy by
Shoes! SH01*1 SnOKS?-Tho tim
i*, to have Shoos, and wo aro pr
md soo our now lino of HOUSE SHIITE
'ort mid Durability aro combined in thom.
Don't forgot that ROXANE FLOU?
row will find lt so.
Wo approciato and want your patron
rrlcos and good quality ear. secuto it.
WE SELL THE FAMOUS ll & C
It is a plcnsuro to show our goods.
A LL PEUS???S ?j'o?ioroby uotl?pi
J\. to trospase upon any of tt?ti '?fwj
laud? hf huut?nj, nabing, o?tMwBa
bor, o?-la any ?iaimor whatever, aa" tr
??assers wilr bo dealt with accord??S
aw. 8. L. KIOUARI^O??
Nov, io, xm. m\
Honesty is t? Bast Poley.!
ortest price?, and
onost ?leailngc will
?uroly bring 8UC0088.
*f bo last floyd of tho idnotoonth century BII?W
nothing inoro clearly.
Webollove thi? fact-, and our wpkft* .detiion
Htr?to our bollof. Our goods aro warranted to
bo exactly a* ropresoutodi that ISjhonrJsL' Our
goods am guaranteed to glvo eatlsiaotk??, that
Is honest. If any artlclo or Jowelry of o\ir nianvt
facture dooa not give perfect satlsfaotloii.-we
will refund tho money patd fcriho?rt?olea;ttr?f#
too, ls honosc.
O. W. Pitchford Co.
havo a complete ?wsortmont of gooUjj'l.aiif'ofbifor
salo at pnces that defy competition. Ileso
gomia are niado from rolled gold plate? ?told
tilled, gold front, or solid gold stock, und.aro
warranted to give por?cet satisfaction. ot tiwi
monov wm bi. refunded.
If tina notlco should reach any ono IWIHK too
for from tho O. W. Pitchford Co.'s store, or foy
other oustomor of ours, to permit their pur?liaa
Ing Wie?? goods from our customer?, wo will nell
thc KO^UQ ai retail lu such persons, initier tn?
sanio warranty, and deliver hy mon, wo will
?Iso sond prlntod instructions as tothooaro'pf
owolry, how to clean it, etc., on application.'" ,
W. F. Main Co.? Eastern Factor/,
Cornor of Friendship and Kddy Streets,
I'rovldonco, Hhodo Island.
Won torn Factory (largest Jowolry Factory. In
tho World), under procesa of construction nt
East Iowa City, Iowa. Over 62,000 foot ot floor
Atahiitratort Sale H
"VTOTICE is horobyglvon that I ^ffl
IN bJ.!, to tho highest bulto., ?* OW?
auotlon, on tho farm of IMrs. liiflMB
Lowery, at Adrons'Crossing! on SATlfflMB
DAY, tho 0th day of Docomijor, 18?9,ttBM
ll A. M., tho following dOsbribcd Por?!
sonni Proporty, belonging td) tho oata'to^HI
of William A. Lowery, decoatod, to-wit": ?
Four Mulos, j ? 1
Ono Ilorso, 1 ',.
Ono 12-IIorso Tazior Stearn Jptftio, .'
Ono80-Saw Pratt Gin,'Jondhnsor iud
Ono Stoam Cotton PrCBS anol Tack?V,
lot of Lino Shafts, Pulleys, Bolt?, &e.,\
Two Corn Mills,
Ono Pair Platform Soales,
Ono Pair Fairbanks Cotton Soalos, / >
Two 2-Horso Wagons,
Lot of Farming Tools, Hoes, Plows,,:
Cultivators, Harness, &o.,
Ono Buggy, \ o
Ono Molasr.es Mill and Evaporator, ;
Lot of Wheat,
Othor avtiolos of Personalty toojuime-.V
rous to mention. i
On tho ramo day at ono o'olocklin the .
afternoon, at tho orlb, on tho \W. A.
Loworv farm on Soneoa Rlvor. I will soil,, ..
to tho highest biddoiyat publie auntioii,
Nino Hundred BUshols of Corn In tho
Eight Thousand Bundles of Foinder,
Lot of Kay, I
One Sulkcy Cultivator, I
Farming Impicmonts, &o. I
TERMS : Cash. I
R. T. JAYNE& _
Novombor 22, 18PC. " 47-49 Hg
*r, Ginger Ale,
ate on Tap,^
E POPULAR PKXCE STORK.
.ee in Town.
TER, S. C.
ARE EXACTLY WHAT YOU NEED.
GIVE YOU PECFECT SATIS
?D BE CONVINCED.
WALHALLA, S. C.
from Now York, ono of tho largest ana
o ovor had, and aro doing businoss at tho
NG YOU NEED OR WANT, from a
o como in and examino and prlco our
B, Sorgos, Plaids, Percales, Outings nnd
ito NECKWEAR for ladies and gontlo
ino and soo thorn.
rt MEN'S and BOYS' CLOTHING wo
buying from us.
io of yoar has como when everybody ha?
oparod to suit end flt ovorybody. Como
KS for mon an ? womon. Boauty, Com
; is tho host on tho markot. Try it anil
ago, and aro dotorminod to have it if low
V CORSETS-THE VERY BEST.
Givo us a call.